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Use & Purposes

  • Drainage
  • Filtration
  • Protection
  • Reinforcement
  • Separation

Highlights

General Information

Protection layers, typically heavy mass non woven geotextiles, such as Profab® Ultra are used in geosynthetic engineering to reduce the occurrence of local stresses and thus to control potential puncture of the liner by the material installed directly above, typically an aggregate drainage layer.

Consideration needs to be given in the design of a landfill system to:

  • the thickness of the geomembrane
  • Particle size and shape of the aggregate
  • The stress level imposed on the geomembrane
  • the nature of the ground conditions
  • The characters of the non woven geotextile

 




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